SD-SLIM's Lemon-Lime Hefeweizen - All-Grain Recipe Kit SD-SLIM's Lemon-Lime Hefeweizen - All-Grain Recipe Kit Taking 10th place in Homebrew Talk's Top 100 Recipes is SD-SLIM's Lemon-Lime Hefe Weizen. SD-SLIM describes this beer as a "Lemon-Lime in your face flavor....real easy to drink and drink and drink!" Read more below for a brief interview over this award winning homebrew!"

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Lemon-Lime Hefeweizen - All-Grain Recipe Kit Instructions

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SD-SLIM's Lemon-Lime Hefeweizen - All-Grain Recipe Kit

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Taking 10th place in Homebrew Talk's Top 100 Recipes is SD-SLIM's Lemon-Lime Hefe Weizen. SD-SLIM describes this beer as a "Lemon-Lime in your face flavor....real easy to drink and drink and drink!" Read more below for a brief interview over this award winning homebrew!"

All orders containing Liquid Yeast will be shipped with a complimentary ice pack to ensure safe shipping!

Lemon-Lime Hefeweizen - All-Grain Recipe Kit Instructions

Is this your first Homebrew Beer Recipe Kit? Check out our New to Brewing Guide to see a step by step roadmap to brewing your first batch of beer!

NOTE

  • Lime Zest - Not Included
  • Simply Limeaid - Not Included


  • General Info:
      • Batch Size: 5 Gallons
      • Mash at 158 degrees
      • Est. Original Gravity: 1.051 SG
      • Est. Final Gravity: 1.010 SG
      • Est. Alcohol by Volume: 5.38%
      • Bitterness: 11.9 IBUs
      • Est. Color: 4 SRM
      • Ferment at 65 - 70 Degrees
    • Pale Malt
    • White Wheat
    • Vienna Malt

    • Motueka
    • Cascade








    Lemon-Lime Hefe Weizen Interview with SD-SLIM

    Question #1. How did you start brewing?

    Answer: I started brewing in college with pot that I got from an army surplus store, a 5 gallon bucket from a home improvement store (with a black trash bag liner inside it to help keep out light and to ease the cleaning process).

    Question #2. When in your homebrewing career did you make your first beer that you considered more than just “good”?

    Answer: I brewed my first great beer while I was dating a lady who went to school at Cal-Poly, she introduced me to capturing wild yeast in Napa Valley....I had originally thought that it was just my great recipe that made my Amber Ale taste great, but after breaking up with the lady (and not remembering where exactly she took me), I wasn't able to duplicate my success and it was at that point I learned the importance of yeast in my beer recipes!

    Question 3. What would be the best advice you could give someone that just started homebrewing?

    Answer: Here is my advice to any new brewer....read How to Brew, then buy a kit with detailed instructions...when you go to brew, get your instructions, a pen and a timer....check off every step as you go through the recipe. Use kits at least 5 times before you try a recipe on your own (reason being that some recipes just assume you know to do something's, while kits condition you to do all the basics to create a great beer).....and finally, just leave your beer alone, everyone tries to check it every day and that can cause some serious issues!

    Question #4. Is this beer the best you have made so far, or are there others that we have yet to see?

    Answer: No this isn't the best recipe I have, my blueberry crush/peanut butter porter and my grassyass Mexican IPA are my favorite beers of all time....I haven't shared these because often times my Lemon Lime Hefeweizen is rarely followed in its original version from the start, but eventually they come around and realize how amazing this beer is....so if I could release all of my recipes in a kit, then I would put all of them out their!

    Question #5. Making a beer worthy of this list can’t be an easy task, what kind of process and thought went into a homebrew like this?

    Answer: The creation of this beer took several versions before I got it right, when I started brewing this Sorachi Ace Hops were not available, but once those came along, the grain/yeast and hops just went so well together that I knew I had magic in a glass. To this day, I brew a lot of this beer all year long for family/friends and for myself....it's just a solid every day drinker!

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